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from Delaware, Ohio

Member since 06 September 2013 | Blog

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Voting Record: 87 / 27

I'm 26 years old and just got my first coaching position as the secondary coach for Ohio State University's club football team. I've won 2 conference championships and one national title in semi-pro football. I'm married and have a two year old daughter who is my world.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Hands down, never saw anything like it before or since, Maurice Clarrett running down Sean Taylor during the '02 N.C. game and taking the ball back after Krenzel threw the INT. It was like a video game play.
  • NFL TEAM: Pittsburgh Steelers
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Chicago White Sox
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 06 Aug 2014

I read in the columbus dispatch that Stallworth hit the guy on the sidewalk, the guy wasn't on the road so if he was drunk enough to go on the sidewalk I'd say it's safe to say he shouldn't have been driving and thus spent more than 30 days in a county jail...

Comment 18 Apr 2014

One of the strongest cases I've ever read about for something like this where a sports figure got away with something due to fame, money, etc. is Donte Stallworth. He committed vehicular manslaughter while drunk and ONLY SERVED 30 DAYS AND PAID THE FAMILY!!!! If that were any of us on here we would've been put in prison for a decade or longer. I hate that our justice system allows "famous" people to get away with murder (literally) while the rest of us suffer the real consequences.

Comment 10 Feb 2014

I like to read these kind of articles, they give insight into the relationships the coaches have with the players. You don't really get these genuine reads anywhere else, so thank you for this write-up. It's nice to know who we have running our favorite football program.

Comment 04 Feb 2014

I thought Brandon Saine did a pretty good job. He competed at a lot of the same track meets my school did in HS and he was every time. Dude was extremely fast, watching him was a lot of fun because no one was ever even close to beating him. I hope he has success in the NFL. I also would've liked to see him play the h-back role in Urban's O, he's got great linear speed, get him around the edge and he's gone. 

Comment 30 Jan 2014

Urban said he doesn't care about what class people are, the best 11 will be on the field. This will be a great year for us, I believe. Too many good players returning and coming in and too many good coaches, I'm excited and ready for this season to start already!!

Comment 16 Jan 2014

he was hurt quite a bit, nagging type injuries from what I read in the columbus dispatch through the season

Comment 13 Jan 2014

old habits die hard.... too bad the student-athletes are the ones who have to pay for it.

Comment 10 Jan 2014

I like all your outlooks and I agree with them. I didn't realize all those guys got redshirtted last year, awesome knowing we have them ready to go for 2014. This is going to be a good year, I can just feel it.

Comment 10 Jan 2014

It probably helps OSU that he left this early because now we have a chance to find a good coach to replace him and make contact to those recruits affected by his departure and maybe heal the relationship with weeks to do that instead of a week or just days. This isn't a bad thing, I hope one day he'll come back with all his experience and lead us again in some capacity.

Comment 09 Jan 2014

What I don't understand is Urban said directly, the best 11 will be on the field regardless of class rank, I personally do not feel this was the case this year. Vonn Bell only played special teams and in the biggest game of the year showed up and had a pick and several good tackles. Imagine if he had game experience all year how much better he would've been (I'm not saying he would've been the savior of the secondary, just that he definitely should've been out there over certain other DB's). I'm sorry but you can't tell me Pitt Brown is better than Bell. Bell clearly should've been on the field.